A woman (“Complainant”) was raped by a man whom she allegedly knew, but not by name. She reported the rape and the assailant (“Accused”) was charged. The Accused was not medically examined, and there was no medical evidence to connect him to the alleged offense. Nor was there any other independent evidence connecting the Accused to the crime, although there was ample evidence that the Complainant was raped. The Trial Court believed the Complainant and convicted the Accused. When the Accused appealed, the High Court confirmed his conviction. The Accused then sought review at the Court of Appeal, arguing that his conviction was based on uncorroborated evidence.